A Library Slide
We love this wooden slide that is slotted into a combined staircase and bookshelf of a house in Chungcheongbuk-do, South Korea,
Designed by Moon Hoon.
Submitted by Bookshelf Porn reader Jesse Richardson via Colossal.
Two more short take-aways from MacKinnon’s Consent of the Networked
Democracy was never advanced by people asking politely. Building and preserving democracy in the physical world remains a constant struggle.
Ai Weiwei: Democracy is not a political ideal. Democracy is a means of handling problems. This method is effective—why? Because everybody in society takes responsibility. If nobody is taking responsibility, it shouldn’t be called “society.” Or it’s a slave society anyway….
woooow балканско колиба-порно….
Dwelling on the Drina River near the town of Bajina Basta, Serbia.
Photograph by Uros Petrovic.
Од чија книга читаат МВР и ФИНКИ?
По минатонеделниот настан I can hack your FB, can You catch me? одржан на ФИНКИ, не можам да не го споделам следниот пасус објавен во Consent of the Networked на Rebecca MacKinnon:
Bizarrely, in late February as political tensions mounted, the government suddenly unblocked social media websites such as Facebook, Blogspot, and YouTube for the first time since 2007. The reasons soon became clear: soon after the ban was lifted, government hackers launched what is known technically as a “man in the middle” attack on Syrian Facebook users, inserting a false “security certificate” onto people’s browsers when they tried to log into their Facebook accounts through the secure “https” version of the site. This attack enabled government hackers to take over activists’ accounts and gain access to their entire network of contacts.
"Otkad je ideja, ima i onih koji poseduju volju i moć da ih zabrane, povuku iz javne cirkulacije, unište, kao i da njihove autore onemoguće u radu, izlože javnoj poruzi, obaspu fabrikovanim optužbama, pa čak i odvedu u zatvorsku ćeliju, logor, na gubilište, vešalište, pred streljački vod."
"The real value of a real education … has almost nothing to do with knowledge and everything to do with simple awareness."